Thursday, November 27, 2008 4:13 PMHello,
I want to know if dublin will only permit to activate xamlx services and xamlx workflow services ?
I mean that does using xaml is a requirement to host WCF & Workflow Services in Dublin ?
Sunday, November 30, 2008 12:51 PMHi,
I have hosted regular C# wcf services in Dublin, with an scv file as the URL. It seems to work fine, and I get the service level tracking working OK with it.
Sunday, November 30, 2008 7:18 PMDublin supports both declarative (XAML based) services and code based services. For activation you will need a XAMLX file or an SVC file.
Monday, February 23, 2009 4:03 AMHi Chris,
I am trying to manage the WorkflowServices v3.5 by Dublin (of course with some limitations based on the .Net3.5) and I having the following behavior in the MMC:
1. the service makes two entries such as .svc and xoml
2. the service name is empty for xoml workflow with a custom root activity
I think, the above is an implementation bug, isn't?
Roman Kiss, MVP Connected System Developer
Friday, October 02, 2009 5:35 PMRoman, sorry for the long delay in following up on this.
In the PDC build of Dublin we didn't have .NET version restrictions. We displayed and allowed you to configure any service we found. Since then we have added restrictions; Dublin will enumerate services built on earlier versions of the framework, but you'll need .NET 4 services to have the full Dublin experience.
Thanks for the report about the empty service name for your xoml service. I'll have someone from the team look at this case.